Spanish Word of the Day
Sunday, July 08, 2012
sendero noun: path
  • A literal path linking places is un sendero.
    el sendero que conduce a la puerta principal the path which leads to the front door
    Caminaban por un sendero de tierra. They were walking along a dirt path or dirt track.
  • You can also use sendero in a figurative way, and the translation may be a different word from path:
    el sendero que conduce a la puerta principal the path which leads to the front door
    Caminaban por un sendero de tierra. They were walking along a dirt path or dirt track.
    Quiere que el club siga* por el mismo sendero. He wants the club to keep going in the same direction.
    La política internacional camina por nuevos senderos. International politics has taken a new turn.
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